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Retrieved 1 July 2010. ^ "Bromley 2–3 Slough Town". Retrieved 1 July 2010. ^ "SoccerFacts UK Player Details". www. soccerfactsuk. co. uk. Retrieved 22 October 2015. ^ a b "Games played by John Mousinho in 2007/2008". Retrieved 30 June 2010. ^ "Mousinho's contract extended". world. brentfordfc. Retrieved 8 April 2018. ^ "Brentford 2–1 Barnet". 27 August 2007. Retrieved 30 June 2010. ^ "Bees list midfielder". Sky Sports. 1 October 2008. Retrieved 1 July 2010. ^ "Midfielder Mousinho leaves Bees". Retrieved 27 January 2012. [dead link] ^ a b Stevenage vs Hartlepool United matchday programme. Stevenage F. C. 2011. ^ "Men's soccer". University of Notre Dame. Retrieved 27 June 2010. ^ a b "Wanderers snap up rising stars". Bucks Free Press. 20 June 2008. Retrieved 1 July 2010. ^ a b c "Games played by John Mousinho in 2007/2008". Soccerbase. Centurycomm. Retrieved 28 June 2010. ^ "John Mousinho – All time playing career". Retrieved 28 June 2010. ^ a b "Bees defender makes Woking move". 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John Mousinho - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John Mousinho Mousinho playing for Wycombe Wanderers in 2008Personal informationFull name John Michael Lewis Mousinho[1]Date of birth 30 April 1986 (age 37)[2]Place of birth Isleworth, London, EnglandHeight 6 ft 1 in (1. 85 m)[3]Position(s) DefenderTeam informationCurrent team Portsmouth (head coach)Youth career2002–2003 Chesham UnitedCollege careerYears Team Apps (Gls)2003–2005 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 12 (1)Senior career*Years (Gls)2005–2008 Brentford 64 (2)2005 → Woking (loan) 0 (0)2005 → Slough Town (loan) 4 (1)2006 → Yeading (loan) 6 (0)2008–2010 Wycombe Wanderers 73 (3)2010–2012 Stevenage 57 (10)2012–2014 Preston North End 26 (1)2013–2014 → Gillingham (loan) (1)2014 → Stevenage (loan) 16 (1)2014–2017 Burton Albion 121 (2)2017–2023 Oxford United 119 (4)Total 490 (25)Managerial career2023– Portsmouth *Club domestic league appearances and goals John Michael Lewis Mousinho (born 30 April 1986) is an English professional football manager and former footballer. [59] Mousinho suffered a hamstring injury in a 4–1 defeat to Rotherham United four days later, and returned to his parent club before the end of the loan agreement. [56][60] He made six appearances in his one month at Gillingham. [56] After recovering from his injury, Mousinho rejoined Stevenage on loan for the remainder of the season on 31 January 2014. [61] The move meant that Mousinho had been signed by manager Graham Westley for a third time. He made his second debut for the club against Gillingham, the club he had been on loan at earlier in the season, as Stevenage won the match 3–1 at Broadhall Way. [77][91][100] Chairmanship of PFA[edit] Mousinho was elected as chairman of the newly formed Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) players' board in May 2021. [101] He had previously served as a member of the PFA management committee who had overseen a restructure of the organisation. [101] Mousinho stood down from his role as chairman in January 2023 following his managerial appointment at Portsmouth. [92] Personal life[edit] He plays the guitar, and mostly likes listening to indie music. [5] Career statistics[edit] Appearances and goals by club, season and competition Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Other[A] Total Division Goals 2005–06[102] League One 7 1 9 2006–07[103] 34 2 39 2007–08[104] League Two 23 24 3 72 Woking (loan) Conference National — Slough Town (loan) 2005–06 SFL Division One Midlands 5 Yeading (loan) IL Premier Division 2008–09[105] 38 2009–10[106] 41 79 2010–11[107] 44 8 2011–12[108] 19 10 67 11 2012–13[109] 29 2013–14[110] 32 Gillingham (loan) Stevenage (loan) 2014–15[111] 42 45 2015–16[112] 46 48 2016–17[113] Championship 2017–18[114] 127 40 2018–19[115] 35 43 2019–20[83] 2020–21[116] 2021–22[117] 2022–23[118] 151 Career total 25 561 28 Managerial statistics[edit] As of 7 October 2023 Managerial record by team and tenure Nat From To Record Ref G W D L GF GA GD Win% 20 January 2023 Present 15 60 33 +27 050. [18][19] On joining Wycombe, Mousinho said "It's been my local club since I was quite young so I've been down here a few times and it was the lure of that, plus the chance to work with Peter Taylor, that made me jump at the chance. "[7] He made his debut for Wycombe in the club's opening game of the 2008–09 season, a 1–1 draw against Morecambe on 9 August 2008. [20] He scored his first goal for the club a week later in a 2–0 away victory over Chester City. [21] Wycombe triggered a one-year extension clause in his contract on 7 October 2008, subsequently keeping him at the club until 2010. [4] His father's side of the family originate from Lisbon. [4] He grew up supporting Tottenham Hotspur, and states his footballing heroes were Darren Anderton and Teddy Sheringham after watching the attacking football Tottenham played during the early 1990s. [5] Career[edit] Brentford[edit] Mousinho was signed by Brentford manager Martin Allen during the 2005–06 season, after returning from the United States where he was studying and playing football at the University of Notre Dame. [6] He was recommended to Brentford by Allen's son, having previously played for Chesham United. Retrieved 28 June 2010. ^ "Wycombe 1–2 Notts County". 2 May 2009. Retrieved 28 June 2010. ^ "Final 2008/2009 Football League Two Table". Retrieved 28 June 2010. ^ "Wycombe 2–5 Brighton". 28 December 2009. Retrieved 28 June 2010. ^ "Final 2009/2010 Football League Two Table". Retrieved 28 June 2010. ^ "Games played by John Mousinho in 2009/2010". Retrieved 28 June 2010. ^ "Gary talks transfers". Wycombe Wanderers F. 25 June 2010. Retrieved 28 June 2010. [33] A month later, Mousinho scored twice in Stevenage's 3–0 victory away at local rivals Barnet. [34] Mousinho was sent off for the first time in his Stevenage career on 30 April 2011, receiving a straight red card in Stevenage's 2–0 defeat at Northampton Town. [35] The red card meant that Mousinho served a three-game suspension. [36] Stevenage appealed against the sending off, but were unsuccessful. [36] He subsequently missed the club's 3–3 draw against Bury on 7 May 2011, [37] and their 3–0 aggregate play-off semi-final victory against Accrington Stanley. [12] In April 2006, he was loaned out to Conference South club Yeading, where he played six times, making his debut in the club's 4–0 defeat to Basingstoke Town. [13] Martin Allen stated that Mousinho's loan moves were "positive" and "definitely not the end of his time at Brentford". [10] On returning to his parent club, Mousinho played more frequently during the 2006–07 season. Initially he acted as cover for regular right-back Kevin O'Connor, but was then played in a central midfield role. He was also the outfield player chosen to play as goalkeeper against Gillingham on 21 October 2006, when Clark Masters was sent off with no substitute goalkeeper available; the game ended 2–2, Mousinho playing 75 minutes in goal. 17 June 2008. Retrieved 29 June 2010. ^ "Wycombe sign Spence and Mousinho". Retrieved 27 June 2010. ^ "Wycombe 1–1 Morecambe". 9 August 2008. Retrieved 28 June 2010. ^ "Chester 0–2 Wycombe". 16 August 2008. Retrieved 28 June 2010. ^ "Mousinho secures new Wycombe deal". 7 October 2008. Retrieved 29 June 2010. ^ "Wycombe 3–3 Brentford". 14 March 2009. Retrieved 15 August 2010. ^ "Wycombe 2008/2009 player appearances". Stevenage vs Wycombe Wanderers Football Live Stream & 4 hours ago — Learn How to Watch Stevenage vs Wycombe Wanderers Football Live Stream Online on 10 October 2023 18:00, See Match Results and Teams H2H ... 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